PRAY The deadline for advance registration for classes 9 and 11 and for completing online exam forms for exam for classes 10 and 12 -2022 for students of Uttar Pradesh Board affiliated schools has been extended once again from November 8 to December 15. This is the fourth time that the registration and form completion date has been extended by the Board of Directors.
A notification about this was also posted on the official UP Board website— https://upmsp.edu.in.
The move once again provides an opportunity for students, who were promoted to high school and middle school without an exam in 2021 during the Covid pandemic, to sit for the 2022 board exam for free, if they are not satisfied. of their result, said the informed state. officials of the Ministry of Education.
The 2021 certificate and grade sheet will only be provided to students (enrolled in 2021) who choose to participate in the 2022 edition of the high school and high school exams, officials of the board of directors said. UP while confirming the development.
Many high school and middle school students have already taken advantage of their chance at the improvement exam, which was held from September 18 to October 6, 2021. All promoted students, except those who passed the improvement-2021, will be able to sit for exams for classes 10 and 12 of 2022 free of charge, officials said.
In the 2021 board exam results, up to 1,44,744 students, including 82,238 high school students and 62,506 middle school students, did not have grades on their grade sheets but were promoted. This latest move will be a major relief for those students, who rushed to their schools and also contacted District School Inspectors (DIOS), regional UP council offices and UP council headquarters demanding a solution.
As of November 8, 51 27,743 students had applied for exams in classes 10-12 and 58 40,608 for enrollment in classes 9 and 11. After the last extended date of November 20, approximately 58.53 lakh students had completed the form for grades 9 and 11., and 51.55 lakh for exams for grades 10 and 12, UP board officials informed.